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The fun-loving spirit of summer is officially here, and for many that means making the most of our time spent in our backyard or on our pool deck or balcony. For others, it’s also about creating an interior retreat to recharge after those long days in the sun. With the latter top of mind, Studio McGee’s new 200-piece drop for Target’s Threshold line couldn’t have come at a better time. Starting at just $15, the collection spans the home category, from toss-in-the-wash throw pillow covers to five-piece sectionals, all featuring the kind of easy-breezy materials we yearn for during this sweltering season. Shop some of the items we’ve got in our carts to get started on curating your own indoor oasis.  

For Showing Off Books (or Barware)

Five levels of open shelving make plenty of space for showing off your favorite books, family photos, or best bottles of booze. Set this up next to your WFH desk for a smooth day-to-night transition where you can tuck workday essentials away in the built-in drawer before breaking out the wine opener. 

For Days When You Don’t Want to Vacuum

Crafted from a jute-cotton blend, this floor covering adds organic flair to your indoor space with a woven design, an earthy brown background, and tasseled ends. The flat-pile construction makes cleaning easy even if you toss it in a high-traffic area like the foyer. 

For Jazzing Up Your Seating

Always fans of block-printed patterns, we especially love this plump throw pillow not only for its calming color combo but also for the removable cover that makes cleaning a fuss-free endeavor. 

For Spending Summer Nights Indoors

Whether you’re hosting a slumber party or a solo night of Netflixing, this modular sectional can be arranged to meet any lounging needs. The five-piece set includes two corner sectional parts, two armless sectional pieces, and one ottoman with a streamlined wood frame that will lend a sophisticated yet cozy look to any living space. 

For Admiring Your Space (or Yourself)

While the size of this mirror makes it ideal for a dressing area, you might also try putting it in your entryway to give guests a reason to stop and stare.